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If you want to have the five-star luxury stay, of course, go to South Beach and Miami Beach. There are fabulous hotels over there. But if you are on a budget or if you are with your family and a lot more people, and you want to control your expenses, there are lots of other cities in the Greater Miami area that are worth considering. For example, Fort Lauderdale. It’s a beautiful city.

You can find more affordable places there. There are other cities around too, like Hollywood. You can even look as far as Deerfield Beach, for example. I stay there once when I was going to Miami. It is far, but you get much more affordable rates over there, Plantation as well. You’re not on the coast.

You’re at more inland But you can get better deals. Now, for you to do this, you need to have a car, because everything in Miami is far. You’ll have to commute and public transport is not the greatest. So, keep that in mind. Dharmaraj Pillay – hello, Dharma, my brother, “irmao” He’s been on this channel for such a long time.

It’s so good to see you here again and asking me a question. “When are you coming to India?” Hopefully, soon, Dharma. It’s a country I’d really like to visit. Amode Issop: “How do you start vlogging about travel experiences?”

Well, I’d say just do it Don’t put mountains in front of you, just start. And that was my problem when I got started. I was always thinking that I was not good enough, that my editing was not good enough, so I kept delaying. I edited a lot of stuff actually that I never posted anywhere.

Today, looking back, I wish I had the courage back then to just post and just get started. Another thing, don’t hang yourself on cameras Don’t try to get the best camera out there. Don’t focus too much on that because you can do a lot of stuff with a cell phone. A lot of people don’t know, but some of the videos that I did in Russia, especially in Moscow and St. Petersburg, my first videos in Moscow, I did with the iPhone 7. I got great results.

Nobody has ever complained about that camera work and it just works But I’ll say something, you need a microphone. If you use your phone, use a microphone. Gustavo Rivera, he asks “How do I travel and blog at the same time?” So, the secret, I’d say it’s not just travel, it’s not just fun all the time. You got to work, too, because, otherwise, it’s not sustainable.

So, you need to create a rhythm for you to travel and sometimes take some breaks, do some work. And this way, you keep going. If you just go, go, go, travel all the time every day in a different place, every day, a different attraction, you get tired, physically tired, and you’re gonna give up. So, you need to create a balance. Negocio Miami – He asks if I do it for my job, or if I do it just for fun. Both.

My video production skills led me to some job opportunities, so this is how I keep going. I never got paid to do any job here for this channel. I never got paid partnerships.

Hopefully, one day, I get there, and I’ll let you all know. So, in the meantime, I use YouTube to broadcast my work and what I’m capable of, and this way, I get some job opportunities. Fabio Frisoni, “Can I suggest a trip to Jordan, Petra in particular?” And Fabio wrote me both on Instagram and Twitter, so he really wants me to go to Jordan. I’d love to, Fabio, one day.

I heard that Petra is extremely beautiful. As I mentioned Twitter, let me answer two questions I got there. Actually on Twitter, I got so many questions, unrelated questions that are so funny. People asking my opinion on stock market, on football, unrelated stuff. So, what is related to this YouTube… Here you go.

Alexandre Moura: “Are you married?” Yes, I am. I’m married to Gordon, the Canadian-American who occasionally appears on my videos. He’s very, very shy. But little by little, I will try to film a little bit more of him. He doesn’t speak too much.

Now that we started traveling full time he’s appearing more and more. Look at him playing with the camera now. Come on, Gordon.


He likes to make jokes offline, so I started filming a little bit more of him. And one more question from Twitter, Carlos Rivadeneira he asks if it’s better to travel with expectations or just enjoy the moment. Absolutely, no expectations. Enjoy the moment. And I remember here, a philosopher.

I had philosophy classes at University and there was one philosopher that said something that was really important to me, and I never forgot. Heraclitus, he was a Greek philosopher, and he said something in lines of, “You got to expect the unexpected.” And that is so true, because if you arrive at a location full of expectations that it’s going to be amazing, everything is going to be perfect, you’re going to get disappointed. So, this is something I learned very early on It’s better to expect that you’re gonna have an interesting experience. You’re going to experience something totally different, then expecting that it’s going to be amazing and it’s going to be everything you dreamed about, because most of the times, it’s not.

This is something I bring to my travels and this is why I am rarely disappointed or unhappy and I enjoyed everywhere I go. It’s better to go with the flow because you never know what to expect and sometimes something that is totally unexpected ends up making everything worthwhile, and making a destination or your day totally different and totally worth it, and bringing unique memories that you’re gonna remember. Of course, have some plans but don’t expect everything to be perfect all the time. You know have plan A, plan B, plan C, and so on. And last set of questions, Facebook now. Elizabeth Smart, “Do you intend to go to Singapore?”

Yes. Actually, this is the next series starting here on the channel. I spent about a week or 10 days to Singapore. It was absolutely fantastic.

So, stay tuned. Next videos are in Singapore. Diécia Leocádio From the countries I’ve been which one I liked the most and where I’d live. It’s so good to see Diécia here ’cause she’s also been following the channel for such a long time, always leaving me questions, also always connecting on social media. So, thank you very much, Diécia. Good to see you here.

Thank you for the question. I love the United States, I love living there. I love the convenience for everything that’s why I’m still there.

Out of the countries I’ve been recently, two were very surprising. Singapore, you know, it’s an extremely beautiful country and very progressive. Everything works, but it is very expensive, so that would be the only problem living there. It is really expensive. In the other hand, Malaysia was a really good surprise. Everybody talks about Southeast Asia being cheap, especially Thailand, but Malaysia is actually cheaper than Thailand, and their internet there is unbelievable.

I thought I had fast internet in the United States. In Malaysia, it’s 10 times faster. A 15-16-minute video gets uploaded in Malaysia in like two, three minutes. In the United States, in my home, and I had fast internet over there, it used to take like 15 minutes. So, it is really interesting.

And they are all very tech-savvy. They are, you know, in the forefront of using technology over there. I love these things. Especially, in Kuala Lumpur, the capital they use the cell phone to make payments. There are more ways to use apps than we do in the United States, so it is a country that really intrigued me. I wouldn’t say that I’d live forever there, but maybe spend a few months here, a few months there, a few months in Brazil as well, of course.

So, yeah, I think this would be a great balance for me. Eduardo Luiz Gomes “Do you edit your videos yourself? They’re certainly the best I’ve seen on YouTube of this nature.” Thank you so much. I really appreciate that.

‘Cause it is really hard, you know, sometimes I see people saying that it takes them six, eight hours to edit a video It takes me three days. [laughs] So, I put a lot of effort editing this. And, yes, I edit everything myself. But also my background helped a lot because I worked on TV for such a long time. I learned how to edit before I started YouTube.

I learned in Final Cut Pro, today I edit in Premiere Pro. And it’s something I got better little by little, you know. It took me a long time to actually do something that I was proud of. And it’s a work in progress. I still don’t think I’m that great.

I know that I have a lot to improve. But little by little, you do research here, research there, and you practice a lot, and you can get better. Yes, I do everything by myself. It’s a lot of work because I have two channels. I have this one in English and I have an entire channel totally in Portuguese. But I love doing that, and I love editing as well.

Mario Mancilla – He wants to know what camera do I use. I don’t use one camera. I use various cameras for different scenarios and different situations. Gordon has one.

I have another. And this way we go. Now, for example, we’re doing this video with a Canon EOS R, this is now our main camera, but we only started using this camera this year. Before we use the Canon 5D, we still have the 5D. Sometimes Gordon goes with the EOS R, I go with a 5D, and we switch, or I also use the Osmo Pro that has a really nice gimbal. When you see those images that appear to be on a gimbal, they were shot with the Osmo Pro.

If you want to see how I use all this equipment, let me know in the comments, and maybe I can create a different video another day. But if you’re just getting started, don’t get intimidated with all this. Use your phone.

We use all this because we learned how to use over the years and it’s something that we enjoy, and videography became more than a hobby. Today it’s our work, it became necessary. But if you’re just getting started, you don’t need all that. Rita Pitanga asked me to include travels and activities for seniors. Rita, I think everything that I do can be done by seniors, too.

I think the secret is not to pack everything on the same day, because then you get tired. For example, in the videos that I did in London, I did a lot of things every day, and even I was exhausted in the end of the day. So, if you take, for example, don’t do Buckingham Palace and everything else, everything on the same day, do one thing in the morning, then you stop, have a nice lunch, relax, recharge your energies, and then in the afternoon, do another activity.

But don’t try to do everything that I show in the video, everything on the same day, because you are going to get tired. I see, for example, my sister and my mom, they travel together a lot. And my sister likes packing everything on the same day.

My mom gets exhausted, you know. I think it’s better to choose one or two activities, take a break, enjoy some wine. You’re going to enjoy the trip way more. And I got one more question here on Facebook that I thought was hilarious and I had to include because it’s from my dad. He asks what countries have I visited in Asia on this trip.

He’s totally losing track. He thinks that I’m going this and there and everywhere. Dad, no, just Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand so far.

That’s it. We’re not going crazy. We’re not going several places.

This is it. We’re taking it slowly. ‘Cause he’s normally used to see me going somewhere and coming back, and this time, it’s totally different.

And it’s so cool that he follows me on Facebook. So, yeah, this is it, dad, you can keep up with me. [laughs] Don’t worry, everything is great.

We’re having a great time. Lots of kisses for you and for mom, too, otherwise she’s gonna be jealous. This is one of the very few videos here on my channel really in real time because I’m still here in Bangkok as you see this. So, if you have tips, if you know somewhere that I absolutely need to go, let me know in the comments.

Also, let me know if you like this type of video, if you want to see more of this. Maybe in the future, I can do specific Q&As, you know, about the specific topics. I don’t know, just an idea, let me know. And if you have more questions, leave them in the comments below.

I’ll answer as many as I can. Again, thank you very much for visiting my channel. Thank you for spending time with me. And see you next week in Singapore.


Look at the size of this mirror here. Full body mirror here and another mirror over there. This is the biggest toilet I’ve ever seen. Even compared to business class. Gordon: Do you want to get one? Renata: Well, you know I love bags, right?

Don’t tease me. Gordon: Why don’t you get that bag? Don’t you like that bag, that colored?